December 16, 2018

2018 Tailgate Society MLB Preview – Travis Halm Edition

Editors Note: I tasked some of the baseball minds of TGS to write a Major League Baseball Preview asking them to answer these questions. Hope you enjoy them. 

Matthias Schwartzkopf’s is here

Tom Danielson’s is here

Spencer Hughes’s is here

Nicole Gustafson’s is here

David Graf’s is here.

Lindsey Schoon’s is HERE

Shawn Fensterman’s is here

Austin Narber’s is here

Who wins the divisions

 

NL East: Nationals

NL Central: Brewers

NL West: Dodgers

 

AL East: Yankees

AL Central: Twins

AL West: Astros

 

2. Wild Card Teams

 

NL: Cubs, Mets

AL: Rangers, Athletics

 

3. World Series Matchup and winner

 

Houston vs Chicago. Houston in 6

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4. MVP of both leagues

 

AL: Jose Altuve

NL: Kris Bryant

 

5. Cy Young of both leagues

 

AL: Chris Sale

NL: Michael Wacha

 

6. If you could put any fictional baseball player on your favorite team, who would it be and why.

 

Mel Clark, Angels in the Outfield

 

7. Three bold predictions

 

  1. *Please please please* Mike Matheny gets fired
  2. The Houston Astros will come close to beating Seattle’s regular-season win record, but finish slightly short.
  3. The Marlins will sell out one game this year

 

8. Top three Baseball Movies, along with the one you dislike the most.

 

  1. Field of Dreams
  2. The Natural
  3. Angels in the Outfield

 

Hated: Air Bud: Seventh Inning Stretch

 

9, Baseball has decided to honor latin American players by doing special hats and jerseys in the minor leagues this season. which of the new team logos and hats are your favorite, 

Lake Elsinore Storm

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Travis Halm is an Iowa State Alum living in Omaha, Nebraska. A native of Haverhill, Iowa, Travis has lived throughout the Midwest and in Texas, providing him insight on the Big 12, the SEC, and a wide variety of other sports topics. Travis follows the Cyclones closely, in addition to the Cardinals, Packers, Texas A&M and rarely turns down a ticket to a good sporting event.

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